Nathan Doyle

Soccer Player

Nathan Doyle was born in Derby, England, United Kingdom on January 12th, 1987 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 37, Nathan Doyle biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 12, 1987
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Derby, England, United Kingdom
37 years old
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Association Football Player
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Nathan Doyle Life

Nathan Luke Robert Doyle (born 12 January 1987) is an English semi-professional footballer who plays for Bridlington Town in the East Lanternshire Premier Division.

He has represented England under the age of 16, under-17, under-18, and under-19 age groups.

Personal life

Doyle was arrested on suspicion of unlawful possession of cocaine on September 22, 2010, according to Derbyshire Police. Doyle would not be charged on October 28th, it was announced.


Nathan Doyle Career


Doyle, a native of Derby, Derbyshire, began his playing for Noel-Baker School. In a 3–0 loss to Preston North End, he made his professional debut for Derby County on November 1, 2003, aged 16.

Doyle signed with Notts County in League Two on a one-month loan contract on February 24, 2006. In a 2–1 loss against Lincoln City the next day, he made his club debut. Doyle's loan was extended to the end of the season after making four appearances during his first one-month tenure. Doyle returned to Derby in May 2006 after making 12 appearances in Notts County during his tenure.

Doyle signed a three-month loan with Bradford City, which is League One's best-of-British, on August 2nd, 2006. In a 1–0 loss to Nottingham Forest on the first day of the 2006–07 season, he made his club debut. Doyle made a quick impression, prompting Bradford to consider whether or not they should extend his loan to six months or a season-long loan. Colin Todd, Bradford's manager, was reassured that Doyle's loan would be extended, but kept fans informed that he will stick around into the new year. Doyle was suspended from the club until 1 January 2007.

Doyle was convicted of trespassing by the Huddersfield fans after Danny Adams was dismissed for a challenge, which Doyle denied.

Doyle, who was a student at the university, expressed a desire to stay at the club and hoped that Bradford would be able to find an agreement with Derby to extend his loan term. However, this seemed to be in risk after it was reported that he sustained a knee ligament injury during a 1–0 loss at Doncaster Rovers on December 26, potentially excluding him from playing for up to three months. Doyle was able to return to training later this week after a hospital scan showed otherwise. Doyle's loan had been extended for the remainder of the season, according to manager Colin Todd. However, this was not the situation and the agreement was not an emergency one-month loan until February 3. After an agreement with Derby boss Billy Davies, Todd expected a postponement of the season until the end of the season. After Hull City made a deadline day bid for Doyle, resulting in him being recall by Derby, having made 33 appearances in all competitions during his time at Bradford City, a twist of events ended any chance of a settlement. Doyle was named Bradford City Player of the Year by the club's supporters in January despite leaving the club in January.

Doyle signed a two-and-a-half-year deal with Hull City on January 31, 2007 for a nominal fee. He made his club debut in a 2–1 loss at Plymouth Argyle on the last day of the 2006–07 season. Doyle's first-team opportunities were limited in 2007–08, during which he made one appearance in the League Cup, FA Cup, and Championship respectively. However, Hull's prolific season earned the team a spot in the Championship play-offs, with Doyle playing in the team's play-off semi-final second leg against Watford, where he scored his first professional goal in a 4–1 victory on May 14, 2008. Hull defeated Bristol City 4-0 and promoted to the Premier League for the first time in the team's history, where Doyle was an unpopular substitute.

Doyle made his Premier League debut the following season on December 26, 2008, when he was recalled as a replacement during a 5–1 loss away from Manchester City. Doyle made two more Premier League appearances, both of whom were drafted in the starting lineup and made seven appearances in all competitions. Doyle made one League Cup appearance in 2009–10.

Doyle joined Barnsley on a three-month emergency loan contract on September 18, 2009. In a 0–0 draw with Swansea City, he made his debut the following day and was a substitute for Jacob Butterfield. During his first loan spell, Doyle made 11 appearances before completing a two-and-a-half deal with the club on a free transfer on January 13, 2010. He went on to make 34 appearances for Barnsley between 2009 and 2010.

In a 3–1 victory over Barnsley in a 3–1 victory over Nottingham Forest on October 16, Doyle scored his first goal for the club. He played in 45 games and scored two goals in all leagues during the 2010–11 season. Doyle made a further 21 appearances in 2011-12, but Barnsley released him at the end of the season.

Doyle signed Preston North End on loan from November 24th, 2011. In a 1–0 loss to Bury two days later, he made his club debut. During his loan period, Doyle made four more league appearances and one Football League Trophy appearance.

Doyle signed Doyle, a former loan lender in Bradford City, on a one-year deal on August 4, 2012. In the League Cup first round, he made his Bradford debut in his game against League One club Notts County a week later. Doyle helped Bradford beat Wigan Athletic after extra time, scoring his penalty on October 30th in their penalty shoot-out victory over Wigan Athletic. Doyle was handed a red card in a 3–3 draw with Bristol Rovers on November 24, resulting in a three-match suspension. However, Bradford boss Phil Parkinson appealed the decision, which was reversed by an independent Football Association committee the next day. In a 3–0 victory over Wycombe Wanderers on February 12, Doyle scored twice for his first goals for the club. He was chosen in the starting lineup for the 2013 Football League Cup Final against Swansea City at Wembley Stadium, which resulted in a 5–0 loss. After a 1–0 win over Burton Albion on April 20th, Bradford went on to secure a spot in the League Two play-offs. Doyle competed in both semi-final legs against Burton Albion, whom Bradford beat Albion 5–4 on aggregate. Bradford defeated Northampton Town in the 2013 Football League Two play-off Final, their second appearance at Wembley Stadium of the season and winning the match 3–0, gaining promotion to League One. Doyle assisted Rory McArdle for Bradford's second goal with a cross during the match. Doyle signed a new one-year deal with Bradford at the end of the season on July 3rd. Doyle made 39 appearances on Bradford's return to League One in 2013–14, but was released on September 9, 2014, after being overspending, having made 94 appearances in two seasons with the club.

Doyle signed a one-year deal with Luton Town in September 2014, giving him the squad number 26. In a 2–0 victory over Oxford United at home on September 27, he made his club debut in a 2–0 win. Doyle went on to make 31 appearances in all competitions from 2014–15. Luton Town Player of the Season was named as a result of the club's supporters' indignation. Doyle signed a two-year contract extension with Luton on April 10, 2015, in order to keep him at the club until 2017.

Doyle played in the first four matches of 2015–16, but suffered from a muscle injury in the latter, a 1–0 loss at home to Bristol Rovers on August 18, 2015. In a 3–1 victory over Morecambe on September 29, Paddy McCourt returned to first-team football as a 78th-minute replacement for Paddy McCourt. Doyle agreed a new deal extension with Luton on November ten to keep him at the club until the summer of 2018. He struggled with injuries in November and December, firstly suffering an ankle injury in early November and a knee injury in early December. The latter needed a trip to a doctor and a subsequent surgery, thus keeping him out for six weeks. Doyle returned to training in March 2016, but there were no further appearances during the season. Doyle's first pre-season preparation session before the 2016-2017 season ended in a long season on the sidelines, due to a tendon rupture. After his deal was ended by mutual consent on January 31, 2017, he left Luton.

Doyle signed for Bridlington Town in the Eastern Counties East Division in May 2018. In October 2019, he signed for East Hull.

Coaching career

Doyle was named manager of East Hull in 2020. In December of the same year, he resigned.